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, belgium, canada, the czech republic, israel, the netherlands, spain, sweden, thailand and the united kingdom. and i end with the united kingdom because they are published through their ministry of defense a set of guidelines about how to deal with transgender service. and you know what's interesting about this guideline? they basically say, unlike ours, they basically say, if you want to serve your country, if you are, we're not going to kick you out. even if you come out for the first time while you were in the military already come this similar to the pilot that -- what was the prince's name who just got married invited to his wedding. we are not going to kick you out just because you were trans, you are going to have to meet the standards of everybody else in the military and we are going to treat every individual as an individual. .. >> you know, i am the nontransperson up here, and i'm nose to the gripped stone. i'm the pragmatist of the group. i have a philosophy as drew knows. my theory on civil rights as a group to take the beast one case at a time. that's all you can do. at
and officials talk about u.s.-canada security and cooperation. they discussed order relations, energy policy and environmental issues. hosted by the canadian consulate and national security form, this is an hour and 15 minutes. [applause] >> welcome. this will be a fascinating hour, and there are a couple of reasons that we are here. the first of which is its u.s. navy week in chicago and we are commemorating the war of 1812. another reason is that we are here because of a splendid collaboration between canada and the united states. many thanks to the canadian consulate general's office in chicago for thinking about this program and sponsoring it. also, many thanks to the pritzker military library which as some of you know or many of you know in chicago is a marvelous institution for our cultural heritage. come visit the pritzker let terry library. my affiliation is with the national strategy forum in chicago. we take a look at national security issues over a long-range horizon. so we are going to talk about not only the war of 1812 but the common theme that we are going to be discussing tha
obviously it is in an advisory capacity, and canada is on the board, is also exerting its influence there and is helping us in this way. so, the question as to competitiveness, that is how do the countries of the european union, generally around the industrialized countries, have to position themselves so that they can be competitive with regard to the emerging economies, that is the issue, and that is where we a large degree of agreement. >> is it your conviction that the europeans are able to solve the current crisis by the means they have chosen so far, or do you have any further advice to the europeans? >> and the question addressed to you as to the euro crisis. in your talks with the prime minister, did you gain the impression that you were able to say something new to him that actually gave a boost to the credibility of the europeans being able to solve this crisis, that he didn't probably know beforehand? he would probably be in a better position to tell you that, whether i've been able to do that, to give him a sense of security. >> we all know there are additional things th
to the soccer game against canada as the neighbors from the north refuse to back down forcing extra time. it's "way too early" for this. >>> hi, everybody. i'm thomas roberts. this is "way too early," the show that is much more fun when i'm watching from my sofa at home. glad you're watching us. let us know why you're awake. or tweet us. or you can do what alex morgan do and text the word "awake" followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. that was a go usa yell. before we get to the news, willie geist is in london to give us a preview of what to expect. willie, good morning. >> i couldn't agree more. the show looks so much better from a distance. especially five hours ahead. >> when i'm on my sofa watching you, it's a great show. >> not as great standing there at 5:30 being on tv. i have great olympic action. an incredible game. they are calling it one of the best soccer games ever. canada leads the loss to the u.s. one player saying the referee should have been wearing an american jersey because that's who she was playing for. high lielgts
, what would the u.s. future look like if we could be at the level of germany, canada or finland, which is that both of us? or what would it be if we actually meet no child left behind work? i will give you all four of those. what i am going to do is say at the future looks like the past 50 years, then we know that improving performance at two levels levels that these other countries will change our growth rate, which will change the future gdp of the u.s. and we can calculate in dollar terms, in current dollar terms what would be the impact. here's a table table you won't believe. i hope you can see this. the first row of this is calculating the present value of the added genes to our gdp over the next 80 years, which is the lifetime of someone born today. the expected lifetime of someone born today, look at the expected gdp. the columns are germany, kennedy, finland and then onto to ncrp ncrp in a second. these are the levels of performance increase family further from it. the first number -- i don't know that i have it. the first number on that chart in the upper left-hand corner say
. >> the resources we can get from canada and mexico and biofuels, onshore energy and offshore gets north america the eney independence within eight years. something people have been talking about for a long time and something i am committed to doing. sandra: mitt romney made out his plan for energy independence on fox business. he wants to see america energy independence by 2020. i will bring in energy analyst stephen, thanks for joining us tonight. >> great to be here. sandra: is this a realistic goal? >> the fact the we even talk about energy independence is quite remarkable. we have to remember not even ten years ago, north america was running out of energy resources. with the romney plan we are getting the decision whether we want to stay with the current top-down demand driven economy with regard to energy policy where ever increasing amount of our source of energy is dictated by government fiat or do we want to go the other method and allow market forces and price to dictate where we get our sources. what we have seen here, how do you go from natural gas where canada and the united states
to all u.s. airline pilots and flight attendants. in canada, alpa is also a strong supporter of their restricted access identity card or raic program. we urge its continued implementation. alpa also continues to work our work-related to modernizing the international airspace system in which we operate. many who are involved in the implementation of next. gen fish intives are getting frustrated with the pace of progress of the as that pace grows it will be important for alpa to remain the honest broker ensuring procedures implemented to increase capacity to do not adversely affect safety or pilot work load. in the area of pilot assistance alpa is working to insure that all commercial airlines have professional standards programs. alpa has participated in a faa rule making committee to address flight crew member professional development and conduct. we expect that the arc will public advisory or and or rule making guidance for programs to address stlees issues. this guidance will serve as a basis for fostering professional standards programs, for both u.s. and canadian airlines
. is there a usa women's hero win that's emerged? >> alex morgan. but canada feels like they should be after the game. in the 73rd minute, christine claire, one of the best players of all time, puts her third goal in to give them a lead. they can start to smell it. here's where controversy starts. erin mccloud is penalized for holding the ball for more than six seconds. a call you don't see very often. that leads to an indirect free kick for megan rapinoe. she couldn't get out of the way. it's called a handball. another disputed call there. there's no chance for her to get out of the way. canada didn't like that call. that sets up this. amy wambach taking the penalty kick for the united states and she drills it. that ties the game at 3 in the 80th minute. you can see she sneaks it inside the left post there. tied up at 3, but in controversial fashion. now with 30 seconds to go before we go to a shootout, this is in overtime. alex morgan with the header. sends it into the back of the net for the victory. if they had gone 30 more seconds, they would have gone into a shootout. but in extra time
of white chocolate, as is tradition. what a glorious day for canada, and therefore, the world. - the duke of calgary, standing up and putting on a fake beard-- a tradition passed down since the birth of canada. the princess now knighting sir ike broflovski. giving him three kisses and a pair of socks, as is tradition. - i mean, come on, guys, that's pretty cool, right? my little brother is a knight in canada. - my sister is a den leader in girl scouts. - my uncle's the second in line to be manager at gart brothers. - hmm, yeah. - and now the scraping off of the pudding. isn't she beautiful, scraping off the pudding with the grace of a butterfly. she rubs the pudding on her face. the prince now attempting to remove one of the princess' arms. as is, of course, the tradition. the princess screaming with pain. everyone watching with anticipation. and the arm is off! things are back to normal here in canada. the time honored traditions are once again-- yes, the prince is sticking the princess' arm up his ass. there it goes. [cheers and applause] he's really making a good go of it. what a wonde
prize winning author richard ford about "canada," his new novel on murder, morality and coming of age. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshou" major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: the nation could be pushed into a major recession next year if scheduled spending cuts and tax hikes kick in at the end of the year. the congressional budget office said going over the so-called fiscal cliff could have dire consequences. unless congress acts by the end of the year, americans can expect more than $300 billion in tax increases as bush-era tax cuts expire. and nearly $200 billion in across-the-board spending cuts congress agreed to last year in exchange for raising the debt ceiling. the c.b.o. said those changes would reduce the deficit substantially. but the economy would also shrink by nearly 3% during the first half of the year
of the united states, canada, and israel. the panel includes a former canadian justice minister, judges sitting on the canadian and israeli supreme courts and u.s. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg. this is an hour and a half. >> good afternoon. my name is michael trace, and welcome to our panel today. on comparative constitutional law. north america and the middle east. to all of you, welcome on this very auspicious day when we have an august pane of supreme court justice, members of parliament, former attorney general and professors of law. our format today will be that we'll give each of our panelists an opportunity if they wish to say a few words and make a few observations, and then we have encouraged them to enter act with one another in a conversational style, posing questions and back and forth, and then we will take questions and answer back and forth with the audience as well. we're working on a schedule to finish at 3:30, and i think that will all work out fine. many of the programs we have attended here at this 2012aba annual meeting have been dealing with the question of th
history tv this weekend on c-span3. >> german chancellor angela merkel is in canada for meetings with canadian prime minister stephen harper. they discussed the eurozone debt crisis and negotiations for canada-european union trade deal. the two leaders spoke to reporters at a joint news conference for 25 minutes. >> good morning. [speaking french] >> translator: madam chancellor, allow me to begin by welcoming you very warmly on behalf of all canadian. you welcomed me to germany on a number of occasions, and we are very happy to be able to welcome you here in our turn. >> canada in 2010. you read, of course, the g8 in huntsville and the g20 in toronto, but we are particularly pleased to welcome you here in the nation's capital on your first bilateral visit to canada, the first such visit to ottawa by a german chancellor in a decade. germany is, of course, a close ally, partner and friend of canada. and to the ties of national interest may be added those of family. over three million canadians trace their roots to germany. [speaking french] >> translator: i have to say, madam chan
.s. and canada. this one is worth postponing dinner for. >> showers and some thunderstorms not too far to the south. south. [ male announcer ] everyone at southwest airlines works together for one goal: to get you where you're going. and with flights all over the country to choose from, it's a good thing we love our work. and now we're excited to take you to the beaches of northwest florida. fly nonstop from bwi airport to panama city beach, florida, for just 99 dollars one-way. book all of our destinations online only at southwest.com. six scientists from around the world congratulated nasa on its lending and other rover and the surface of mars. the rover landed safely on mars overnight after an eight-month journey. it will explore the red planet for two years, searching for signs of life. curiosity beamed back three images from the planet after touchdown. doddridge is playing a role with curiosity. >> one of their scientists was at the science center today. >> it was a special day at the maryland science center. a scientist is using curiosity to find out if life existed on mars. >> a
and survived a tough game against canada and advance to the finals in the most thrilling of ways. her third goal of the game for canada. canada, 3-2. and time for a shot of captain morgan. delivering the winner with a header and saves the day as the u.s. beat canada four-three. america will face japan with a rematch of the world cup finals. >> i was still in shock. i did not know what just happened but we are in the middle match and we're in the finals. i am saying to the old-time, as long as we play and that is all that matters. . >> the fastest time of the day comes from the track in london. the first medal for grenada in olympic history. the other king james won with 43.94 seconds. and matt will run for gold in the prime-time in the 1500-meter final. we watched him run on the semifinals and he looks perfect -- in perfect position to win this thing. >> it could be a gold medal in >> it will be warm and muggy. a notch below the hot and st eamy. storms returning late thursday. char's likely friday. into the first part of the weekend. >> thanks for joining us. we're going back to the olympic
in germany, chancellor angela merkel has praised canada from actually in canada for its policy of not running up a large federal debt. >> the canadian prime ministers praised germany's resolve in seeking solutions to the european debt crisis. these are not the pictures i wanted to show you. this is obviously not canada. canada and the european union working on free trade agreements. when germany tells southern europe countries to push through tough reforms, it is speaking from experience. it was a decade ago that the government began some of the biggest changes to its social welfare programs. >> today, many economists say they helped prepare germany for the fiscal challenges of today. at the time, the which became synonymous with tough cuts that hurt the little man. -- the words became synonymous with tough cuts. >> we have shape of the future 4 2 million unemployed here. i wish you and all of us every success in implementing it. >> they fare -- the on a planned program requires the jobless to take on low-paid work or retrained. anyone refusing to do so is liable to refuse benefits. >> in 200
, canada has its own by canada laws. the european union has their own by e.u. laws. providing a preference for domestic -- to remove any uncertainty, typically includes an explicit clause stating that provision shall be carried out in a manner consistent with our trade obligations. by american preferences should be utilized in a manner consistent with our trade obligations. thank you for having my comments at. on behalf of human steelworkers, and our local 7263 president. >> thank you, david, for your testimony, and we appreciate the fact that you've come and share this with us. i like what you say. next we'll hear from bob ryan. bob. >> thank you, governor and members of the committee. thank you for taking time to listen to us today. my name is bob ryan. for 30 years i've worked of the paper mill in st. paul. the plant just down the way here is the largest paper recycler in the state of minnesota. every day we produce over 1000 times of corrugated media material and box used in all industry. unfortunately, much of the paper collected that we need for our operations, and we consume a large
of parliament of the canadian parliament and also the attorney general and minister of justice in canada. he has appeared in many courts and is well known in north america as well as israel and elsewhere. i am sure he will have many observations to make today. one of the reasons we attend the programs is to get our compulsory legal credits taken care of. i have gone to this convention now for 23 years and it is and aspiring and inspiring the exercise when you get out of the office and there are no more billable hours and you hear the kind of things that are going on because of the rule of law and our profession. we saw a magnificent program uremburg yesterday and made one proud as an american and proud as a lawyer to hear justice jackson articulate the standards that are so important to us. that is the same kind of feeling i get and i like to turn to the justice for about 10 minutes and i will signal you. >> thank you. i will try to give you a short view about the structure of the state of israel. have a constitution until now. it is because of the reason and it is not the time to talk about it
right. heading into the americas, widespread thundershowers are affecting the areas from eastern canada down through the southern plains. severe thunderstorms, large hail, damaging winds and even tornadoes are possible in some locations. the system will slowly make it's way towards the east coast. up towards the north, strong thunderstorms and heavy rain in western canada will move towards the upper midwestern states and central canada over the next 24 hours. as for temperatures, excessive heat is still continues in the desert southwest as well as southern california. 31 degrees expected in los angeles, about 6 degrees higher than average and 43 in phoenix on your wednesday. all right. finally let's go over to europe. very stormy across the british isles and windy and wet across the british isles and the western continent but staying dry in most of the mediterranean countries. out towards it is east this pressure is weakening off but unstable weather in eastern europe will continue throughout the day and temperatures are below average in eastern europe. 17 degrees in kiev, about 7 degre
the chain a strategic asset for canada. it doesn't want a foreign owner. loews competitor home depot fell two%. home depot as 180 stores in canada holding 16% of the market share in canada. rona is the largest 19% of the market according to the company. and a leading gainer drug maker pfizer after reported earnings and updating its spin off strategy. first the bottom line. earnings 62% a share well above wall street estimates. sales were down, but costs dropped as well thanks to less spending on research and development. pfizer repeated the financial forecast for the share. shares rebounded 1.4% closing at a four and a half year high. pfizer expects to file regulatory work for the spinoff of the animal health unit, and says it may sell the rest thaf business after that sale. and other stockss moving. u.s. steel shares better than anticipated earnings, even though it warned them second is weaker than the second quarter, and it fell. archer daniels midland fell. aetna shares falling 3% during the regular session even though results were stronger than expected and it boosted the whole year o
this is detrimental to the sport. they will be replaced with pairs from russia, canada, australia and south africa. >>> u.s. defense secretary leon panetta is asking leaders to be patient over iran. the israelis argue sanctions have failed to persuade them to change course on their nuclear program and they warn a time for a peaceful solution is running out. panetta met with ehud barak. the israeli defense minister. panetta insisted that u.s. and european sanctions are having an impact on iran and all non-military measures should be exhausted before turning to a military option. panetta told benjamin netanyahu that u.s. officials are committed to resolving iran's nuclear issue. >> we will not allow them to develop a nuclear weapon. and we will exert all options in the effort to ensure that that does not happen. >> netanyahu said that sanctions have hurt iran's economy but he said they have had no impact on the nuclear program. he suggested that israeli patience was wearing thin. >>> president bashar al-assad has told his troops that their battle against opposition forces will determine the fate of
cannabis before they reached the age of 18 separate a drop in their iq. now more. >> heavy canada's use has been linked to an increase in the risk of developing mental illnesses like schizophrenia. but now an international team of researchers have found that those who regularly a smoked it at a young age and risk reduction in their iq, the way intelligence is measured. this significant studding had researchers following the lives of one of thousand people over a period of more than 20 years. they assessed them as children and interview them repeatedly up to the age of 38. those who consistently used canada suffered a decline in their iq. the more that people smoke, the greater the loss. the effect was most marked in those who started smoking cannabis as adolescents. researchers believe that's when the brain is undergoing critical development and they warn there's no sign that cutting back or stopping canada's use will restore the lost iq. -- stopping the use of cannabis. >> the government of mali is asking on the international community to help it as islamist extremists are trying to take o
to represent minneapolis. >> stephen: that's in canada, correct? >> it's minnesota. >> stephen: i think it's manitoba. >> no. >> stephen: sure? ite certain. >> stephen: i understand you were the first secret muslim elected to congress. >> i wasn't a secret. >> stephen: you were the openly secret muslim. >> i didn't make a huge deal about my religion but other people did. >> stephen: you're welcome. i believe that islam is a great and true religion as revealed by the prophet mohammed and blessings and peace be upon him. >> that's good. >> stephen: i say that to every congressman not because you are muslim. i'll keep it in because you are muslim not because i'm frightened. >> sure. >> stephen: would you say to your muslim brethren stephen is cool. >> stephen is cool. >> stephen: thank you. michele bachmann has called for inspections into how far muslims have infiltrated the united states government. how much infiltration into the government? >> none at all. >> stephen: are you a muslim? >> yes, sir. >> stephen: do you have siblings. >> yes, sir. >> stephen: you are a muslim brother. >> i gue
and then we come to canada. canada has oil sands, and we are going to take advantage of that and build the keystone pipeline and make sure we take advantage of canada's great energy sources, and the last bar there is mexico. mexico, i'm not counting on any increase there. they have actually been declining slightly, but by virtue of a new president there, and conviction on the part of both parties in the most recent elections there to encourage relationships with us, we will find ourselves to work with mexico and share our technology and know-how to held hp them to be -- help them to be more prod productive and add to the net production of neshg, and you can see the net is 2020, we can produce 20 to 28 million barrels a day, and we won't have to buy any oil from the middle east or venezuela or anywhere else that we don't want to. now you might wonder how in the world am i going the do those things because the opportunities have existed for a long time, and we just haven't taken advantage of them. and so there are some things that i want to do differently that makes it possible for us to
, russia and canada. canada and russia, they were bumped up to the quarter finals. they are on their way to getting a medal. >> it worked out very well finally. >> where does the gold come from for those metals? >> the british women pair comes from the first to ever win the olympic gold head of the brother or standing. a former teacher and a member serving in the armed forces in the united kingdom. they have not worked together since two years ago, but they won gold in the rolling. the tour de france champion is really a national champion. everywhere the he goes he comes through to win that. finally, gold medals for britain. >> the host country celebrating tonight. thank you very much. more news this time from the pool. today, michael phelps qualified in the 200 meter finals. setting up a rematch on saturday, the influence of michael phelps, yesterday became the most decorated of all time is hard to ignore. especially in his home town of baltimore. >> the pool that gave us the most successful olympian ever. even as he made history in london, the baltimore a crack -- aquatic club was look
bathen island canada. >> hope linsey is somewhere warm. >>> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead, federal agents swarmed an apartment complex near seattle, washington. arrested a man accused of e- mailing a threat to kill president obama. good morning, it'synne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's check the forecast with adam caskey. >> its another warm day, but not too humid. general in mild tomorrow as well. 71 right now in the district, 61 in winchester. 57 in cumberland. not as foggy as yesterday. partly cloudy today. a few stray showers late in the day, like yesterday. just a couple will pop up on the radar screen. could be over d.c. or the suburbs. highs in the mid to upper 80s all the way through the weekend. now to angela for the commute. >> good morning. we are dealing with overnight construction in the process of being lifted. in virginia, 395 looks pretty good. moving quite well from springfield interchange. into the interchange in virginia o
life in canada defense attorneys say it was the wife who did the killing she was upset and came up with a murder- suicide because she believed her husband had an affair ... it's a complex case that involves exotic dancers and admitted affair and a cryptic poem ... the man accused of killing his wife and three children during a last-minute trip to springfield water park in june 14, 1927 has wife kimberly along with the 12 year- old daughter 11 year-old daughter and eight year-old son were found dead in their s u v ... on a frontage road near shanahan ... the man suffered a gunshot wounds to his legs ... he said that his wife shot him and the kids and turn the gun on herself ... he said his wife was upset with him over his religious beliefs and admission of an affair during a business trip to mexico one year earlier it is believed he mastermind the seat murder of his entire family to pursue a new life in the canadian wilderness ... she had a life insurance policy that listed her husband as a beneficiary ... for exotic dancers are expected to testify that he frequented strip clubs mo
over canada in the semifinals yesterday. some of the canadian players claimed the norwegian referee had unfairly advantaged the americans. meanwhile, in track and field, jamaica's usain bolt won a qualifying heat today in the 200-meter race. he is aiming to repeat his gold medal performance from the beijing olympics just as he did sunday in the 100-meter dash when he set an olympic record. in fact, bolt is one of several carribbean athletes showing dominance in track and field at the london games. 34-year-old felix sanchez of the dominican republic won the 400 hurdles recapturing the 2004 olympics. and grenada won gold in the race. that victory gave the small carribbean island its first-ever olympic medal. more on the state's events with christine brennan and joins us from london and welcome back. let's start with gymnastics which americans have been so rivotted on. this is the last day and it seems that alley is going t allo home with as many medals as gabby douglas. >> gabby douglas has the most important one. she is the break out star of the games. not just in gymnastics but all spor
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